Unapologetic shades of nearly-neon yellow and orange energize a bedroom that's rooted in blacks and browns.
Wouldn't you smile every time you entered your bedroom, if the doors were painted a deep banana color? We think this is a definite design hit.
Sort of yellow, somewhat green, pear can make a dowdy bedroom feel fresh.
What pairs well with rich jewel tones? Punched-up peridot, found in the delicate pattern on this duvet cover and in squares of the accent rug.
Small touches of yellow can make a bedroom feel warm and sunny, even if nearby windows don't let in as much light as you'd like.
Buttery yellow walls make a soothing backdrop for crisp navy and white bedding and room accessories.
Even color-phobes can commit to letting the brightest hue in the bedroom be found in the mats surrounding muted artwork. The maize color found here is quietly modern, yet impactful.
Here's a slick way to mess with tradition: Paint a classic wrought iron four-poster bed a canary yellow hue. It injects color into an otherwise beige-heavy bedroom.
Primary yellow offers a bold (but not overpowering) backdrop in a teen bedroom packed with crayon colors.
September 04, 2011 2:31 PM
I love this pop of yellow in the bedroom, I am thinking of painting my bedroom yellow (not quite that bright) and seeing how this is done is giving me some great ideas. Thanxs
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